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Volume 227, 2021Annual International Scientific Conference on Geoinformatics – GI 2021: “Supporting sustainable development by GIST”
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|GIS in Agriculture
|06 January 2021
The role of GIS technology in determining irrigated geosystems
Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, 39 Kari Niyazov str., Tashkent Uzbekistan
2 National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek, 4 University str., Tashkent Uzbekistan
3 Jizzakh state pedagogical Institute named after A. Qodiriy, Sharaf Rashidov prospect 4, Jizzakh city, Uzbekistan
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Irrigated lands of Bukhara, Samarkand and Navoi regions are located in the Zarafshan river oasis and are called geosystems. Assessment of the reclamation state of geosystems of the region has been carried out in the area of classification and mapping for the effective use of land. When classifying a research object, it is much easier to identify, evaluate and apply reclamation measures. In the classification of landscapes, they are grouped in a certain order and there is an opportunity to apply such reclamation measures. So far, the basin-level classification of the Zarafshan river oasis and geosystems has not been carried out. In the scientific paper, landscapes were analysed as a form of geosystem. The geosystems of the region were grouped and summarized for the performance of the reclamation geographical assessment based on water and salt parameters. The classification of the object of study using GIS is of great scientific and practical importance. An analysis of the origin, structure, development and other features of an object when it is classified will determine the scientific significance of the case. Geosystems were isolated using the forms depicted on the relief plastic card in the scientific paper. Measures have been developed to improve the reclamation state of existing geosystems. They reached scientifically sound conclusions.
Key words: Plastic method of relief / flow patterns lithodynamics / melioration / salinization / landscape / groundwater and surface water / assessment of melioration / mapping
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